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Killing in Kiev – Anatomy of an Assassination

By Jim W. Dean, Managing Editor on March 26, 2017

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Putin:  No need to distinguish between ‘moderate’  &  other  terrorists

22 Oct, 2015




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Attempts  to  Falsify  the  History  of World  War  II  Undermine  the Foundations  of  the                                 Modern World Order

August 23, 20:12

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov

MOSCOW, August 23. /TASS/. Attempts to falsify the history of the Second World War offend peoples and undermine the foundations of modern world order, Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov wrote in an article titled “Lessons of History and New Milestones” published on Sunday in Russia’s Rossiyskaya Gazeta daily and China’s Renmin Ribao daily.

“The current year goes by under the mark of celebrating the 70th anniversary of ending the Second World War. For Russia and China, this jubilee bears special significance,” Lavrov wrote. “Our countries were allies in fight against Nazism and Japanese militarism, they took the main blow of aggressors, bore the biggest losses,” he continued. “Our peoples managed to withstand that dreadful fight and win thanks to outstanding courage, self-sacrifice and mobilization of all forces,” he said.



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Comparing the Ukraine and Vietnam Wars:  Donbas is Recognized as a Legitimate State   Under US Public Law 86-90

Global Research, August 15, 2015

Could US Senator John McCain find North Vietnam on a map during or before the period he spent 5 years as a POW in Hanoi? Could you? The answer is no.

North Vietnam only existed in Public Law 86-90. Some of the other countries we also recognize that are enshrined in the law did not exist concretely until 1991.

The Vietnam War and Ukrainian war are intrinsically and inseparably tied together by Public Law 86-90. Like Cossackia (the generic western geo-political term recognizing Donbas’ legitimacy), the problem with North Vietnam is it never existed! Even Wikipedia shallowly recognizes this. The Democratic Republic of Vietnam (DRV; Vietnamese: Việt Nam Dân chủ Cộng hòa),[a] generally known as North Vietnam…”

When we recognize North Vietnam as a country or North Vietnamese as the army we fought in Vietnam, we have no choice but to recognize “Cossackia” and the republics in Donbass. By extension, we must also recognize the right of the other regions (republics) inside Ukraine to break away like they were promised by the Ukrainian Nationalists.

Following up on the Public Law 86-90 story at www.globalresearch.ca entitled “US Congress and President Obama Officially Recognize Donbas’ Freedom! “Sputnik International interviewed Frank Costigliola, University of Connecticut Professor of History and editor of the Kennan Diaries.

The point of the interview was to ascertain the validity of the US recognizing Donbass on the basis of “Cossackia” according to the Captive Nations Proclamation of 1959.



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Vladimir  Putin  Battles  Satan  Worshipers  and  New  World  Order  Agents  Again

By Jonas E. Alexis on August 8, 2015



  “If  New  World  Order  Agents  and  Satan  worshipers  want  a  challenge,    then  they  can  count  me  in.”



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Turkish  Companies  to  Engage in Russia – Proposed  Turkish  Stream  Pipeline

Turkish Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said that Turkey and Russia disagree on a variety of political issues, but the construction of a joint pipeline under the Black Sea to bring gas to Europe has not been affected.                                                                                           04.08.2015

Turkish-Russian flags -LiveLeak


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Steven Seagal,  Gerard Depardieu  and Goran  Bregovic                                                                                        personae  non  gratae  in  Ukraine

July 22,  2015





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The  Real  Reasons  For  the  Iran  Agreement — Paul Craig Roberts

By Paul Craig Roberts on July 18, 2015

Iran does not mean much, because Washington can renew the sanctions at any time merely by making false charges against Iran. Obama knows this even if Lindsey Graham and John McCain pretend that they don’t know it.

What's next for US-Russia relations ?

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” Iran  with  0  nuclear  heads  negotiating  with  countries that  together  have  a  total  of  16335  nuclear  heads “



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Iran  Nuke  Talks,   The  good,  the  bad,  and  the  ugly

Will  world  attention  shift  over  to  Israels  nuclear  proliferation threat … finally ?


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Iran Deal Fallout Tilting US away from Israel?

Posted by Kevin Barrett on July 15, 2015

US re-thinks enslavement to Zionism

Press TV has conducted an interview with Kevin Barrett, an editor at Veterans Today, to discuss the potential reactions to Iran’s nuclear agreement inside and outside the United States.




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Historic Iran nuke deal resets Eurasia’s ‘Great  Game’

This is it. It is indeed historic.

Iran deal reached.

by Pepe Escobar

Asia Times

This is it. It is indeed historic. And diplomacy eventually wins. In terms of the New Great Game in Eurasia, and the ongoing tectonic shifts reorganizing Eurasia, this is huge: Iran — supported by Russia and China — has finally, successfully, called the long, winding 12-year-long Atlanticist bluff on its “nuclear weapons.”

And this only happened because the Obama administration needed 1) a lone foreign policy success, and 2) a go at trying to influence at least laterally the onset of the new Eurasia-centered geopolitical order.

So here it is – the 159-page, as detailed as possible, Joint Comprehensive Plan of Action (JCPOA); the actual P5+1/Iran nuclear deal. As Iranian diplomats have stressed, the JCPOA will be presented to the United Nations Security Council (UNSC), which will then adopt a resolution within 7 to 10 days making it an official international document.

Iranian Foreign Minister Javad Zarif has described the deal — significantly — as a very Chinese “win-win” solution. But not perfect; “I believe this is a historic moment. We are reaching an agreement that is not perfect for anybody but is what we could accomplish. Today could have been the end of hope, but now we are starting a new chapter of hope.”

Zarif also had to stress — correctly — this was a long-sought solution for an “unnecessary crisis”; the politicization — essentially by the US — of a scientific, technical dossier.

Germany’s Foreign Minister Steinmeier, for his part, was euphoric; “A historic day! We leave 35 years of speechlessness + more than 12 years of a dangerous conflict behind us.”

President Rouhani tweets Hassan Rouhani @HassanRouhani

Looking ahead, Iranian President Hassan Rouhani tweeted now there can be “a focus on shared challenges” – referring to the real fight that NATO, and Iran, should pursue together; against the fake Caliphate of ISIS/ISIL/Daesh, whose ideological matrix is intolerant Wahhabism and whose attacks are directed against both Shi’ites and westerners.

Right on cue, Russian President Vladimir Putin stressed the deal will contribute to fighting terrorism in the Middle East, not to mention “assisting in strengthening global and regional security, global nuclear non-proliferation” and — perhaps wishful thinking? — “the creation in the Middle East of a zone free from weapons of mass destruction.”

Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov stressed the deal “fully corresponds” with Russia’s negotiating points. The fact is no deal would have been possible without extensive Russian involvement — and the Obama administration knows it (but cannot admit it publicly).

Lavrov: Russia expects US to abandon Europe AMD plans after Iran deal



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Carnagie: How the Kurds Helped Draw the  United  States  Back  to  Iraq

Through its pragmatic foreign policy, the leadership of the Kurdistan region has won trust in Washington and other capitals.


Renad Mansour

In August 2014, U.S. President Barack Obama launched air strikes in Iraq against the self-proclaimed Islamic State. This decision ran counter to his presidential campaign in 2007, when he promised that if elected, he would withdraw U.S. troops and disengage from Iraq. It also contradicted his policy of not directly intervening in Iraq or Syria without approval of the U.S. Congress or a UN Security Council mandate to use force.

The aversion to strikes had remained firm despite the Islamic State’s emergence as a force in Syria, its occupation of Fallujah in December 2013, and its takeover of Mosul, Iraq’s second-largest city, in June 2014. However, in August, when the Islamic State’s fighters threatened the Kurdistan region, they seemingly crossed a redline.

The United States has a number of interests in Kurdistan, all of which serve to justify Obama’s retraction of the no-engagement policy. For instance, the region is a stable and trustworthy pro-U.S. ally that Washington needs in an increasingly unstable and chaotic Middle East. Many U.S. lawmakers view the region as a fledgling democratic, secular, and pro-Western friend determined to support the fight against Salafi jihadists. It is in a geostrategic area bordering Iran and Syria. It also has the potential to be a great oil-exporting entity and has given contracts to several U.S. companies,including ExxonMobil and Chevron. And Erbil, the Kurdistan region’s capital, hosts a significant number of Americans. Yet, while the focus on Kurds has tended to be from the perspective of the United States, there is another side to the story. It is worth looking at the ultimate decision to protect the Kurds in 2014 through the lens of the Kurdistan region’s diplomacy.1 Since the 1990s, and even more so since Saddam Hussein was toppled in 2003, the leadership has pursued a comprehensive foreign policy and diplomatic campaign to add to Washington’s various justifications for protecting the Kurds of Iraq.



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Bernard – Henri  Lévy  et  Daniel  Cohn  Bendit  interdits  de  séjour  en  Russie

IN PEOPLE / BY / ON 30 MAI 2015 AT 22 H 04 MIN /


Je vous annonçais avant-hier que 89 personnalités politiques de l’Union européenne figurant sur une liste noire établie par le pouvoir russe, étaient désormais déclarées « personna non grata » en Russie.

Parmi les quatre personnalités françaises, figurent:

Bernard-Henry Lévy, le va-t-en guerre bien connu, – Daniel Cohn Bendit pour qui, sans doute, Vladimir Poutine est trop opposée aux dépravations sexuelles, – Bruno Leroux,  président du groupe socialiste à l’Assemblée nationale et enfin,  – Henri Malosse, président du Comité économique et social européen…

A noter que cette liste noire a été divulguée quelques jours après le vote de l’interdiction des ONG qui se mêleraient de politique en Russie, ceci à l’appréciation du pouvoir russe, s’il le juge nécessaire.

Cette liste noire est, en même temps qu’une mesure préventive de sécurité territoriale, aussi une mesure de rétorsion de la part de Moscou, contre  l’UE qui avait dressé également une liste noire de personnalités ou entreprises russes interdites en UE.

Daniel Cohn Bendit avait déjà été interdit de territoire

l’homme aux multiples passeports, Daniel Cohn Bendit,  avait déjà été interdit de territoire. Mais c’était du territoire français. C’était une décision du général de Gaulle. Suite aux troubles auxquels il avait participé activement en mai 1968, il avait été expulsé vers l’Allemagne, ce qui avait laissé à la France quelques bonnes années de répit. Malheureusement cette mesure avait été rapportée par l’un de ses successeurs, probablement Valéry Giscard d’Estaing. Daniel Cohn-Bendit qui vient juste d’obtenir la nationalité française, à 70 ans, en ce mois de mai…

Quant à Bernard-Henri Lévy, il ne pourra pas aller en Russie faire de l’agitation comme il a si bien su le faire en Ukraine et en Libye notamment…  Heureux Russes!

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Newly-released video alleges Turkey is sending weapons to Syria

A video has emerged purporting to show artillery, hidden among medical supplies, in a convoy of trucks said to be operated by Turkish intelligence officers.

Turkish pro-opposition newspaper Cumhuriyet – The Republic – alleges the trucks were heading for Syria, and the hands of rebel fighters. Turkey denies arming extremists in Syria.

It’s a potentially embarrassing release for the Ankara government, a week ahead of general elections in Turkey.

Four prosecutors thought to have stopped the convoy have been detained, along with 34 officials accompanying the trucks, some of whom are said to have shot the video.

They are believed to face charges of treason and espionage, while the affair has invoked state secrecy and the media has reportedly been censored.

The Turkish government claims the search of the trucks at the border with civil war-torn Syria, was carried out by supporters of anti-government cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is based in the US.

Syria is in the throes of a four-year civil war. The video’s release comes as rebels in the country are advancing in Idlib, a province bordering Turkey.


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CrossTalk :  Putin’s  15  Years

Posted by VNN on April 30, 2015

What is left on his agenda?



CrossTalking with Edward Lozansky, John Laughland, and Mary Dejevsky.

Published on Apr 29, 2015

Fifteen years ago Vladimir Putin assumed the Russian presidency and no one can doubt that he has left his mark on the country since then. Widely popular at home and demonized in the West, Putin has presided over Russia’s transformation from a country on its knees to a renewed global power. What is left on his agenda?


Who is Mr Putin?
Russia bashers eat crow as Putin wins Time Magazine poll
Putin lashes out at US, West for destabilizing world

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